The border between Canada and the United States separates political sovereignties, but not the shared themes of cultural, social, and economic history that have unfolded since the 18th century. Transnationalism brings together original works that focus on the shared histories of the United States and Canada that have over two centuries created a distinct North American identity and sensibility.
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Michael D. Behiels is a professor of history and University Research Chair: Canadian Federalism and Constitutional Studies at the University of Ottawa. Reginald C. Stuart is a professor of history and political and Canadian studies at Mount Saint VincenReview:
"Transnationalism provides a solid introduction to the ways in which the two countries [Canada and United States of Amercia] have interacted over the years by just touching upon a wide variety of topics." American Review of Canadian Studies
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